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Nice little museum with some pre-Colombian artifacts from around the area and a stunningly... read more

Reviewed February 11, 2018
Sechelt, Canada
via mobile
free on Sunday

Decent museum, free on sunday and wasn't too packed. Not a big place so it will be a quick visit. I... read more

Reviewed July 2, 2017
Golden, Colorado
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Feb 11, 2018
Jul 2, 2017
“free on Sunday”
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Reviewed February 11, 2018 via mobile

Nice little museum with some pre-Colombian artifacts from around the area and a stunningly beautiful chapel on the second floor. Free on Sundays.

1  Thank Panamajoe2017
Reviewed July 2, 2017

Decent museum, free on sunday and wasn't too packed. Not a big place so it will be a quick visit. I probably spent 20 minutes but I rush through museums fairly quickly.

Thank el_cap
Reviewed December 28, 2016 via mobile

Of course if you are here as a tourist and visit museums, churches and chapels , etc. this is a must. What is different from other museums is that there are several fake(replicas) pieces you can touch through all the museum

2  Thank Metz M
Reviewed December 6, 2016

I've been here twice so far. The museum is housed in a former Franciscan convent, the focal point being a stunning private chapel at the top of a sunny staircase. In the downstairs area are displays of precolombian artifacts from SLP and other parts of...More

1  Thank Sue C
Reviewed October 9, 2016

There is a variety of exhibits from ancient modern, but all have counterparts that are touchable. The chapel is unusual and very colourful. also unusual: there is an elevator to take us oldsters up to the chapel.

Thank rickywheels
Reviewed December 30, 2015

As a visitor was curious to learn a bit more about this colonial city. It's worth visiting and it only takes about an hour to see it. Pity they barely have any information in English.

Thank Terdla
Reviewed October 11, 2014 via mobile

This was a slightly better than average regional museum, fairly well organized, a block away from Parque San Francisco, in another restored monastery. But upstairs, Whoa! The lavish gold and aqua private chapel Capilla de Aranzazu, in high Churrigueresque style. Don't you just love surprises?!

Thank CarmichaelVentura
Reviewed July 17, 2014

The beautiful park outside is surpassed by the Neo-Classical architecture of this building - It's simple at times, subtle at others, and then just opulent when you least expect it. It's gorgeous. Oh yeah, and it's a museum, too, but it's all pretty basic stuff...More

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